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  1. 1. MULTIPE CHOICE: Which candidates in this list would make a good Vice President?

    • Marco Rubio
      9
    • Chris Christie
      11
    • Bob McDonnell
      9
    • Kelly Ayotte
      6
    • John Bolton
      0
    • Brian Sandoval
      4
    • Sarah Palin
      3
    • Jim DeMint
      2
    • John Kasich
      4
    • Scott Walker
      3
    • Tim Pawlenty
      7
    • John Thune
      6
  2. 2. Which of the following candidates will most likely be selected?

    • Marco Rubio
      3
    • Chris Christie
      6
    • Bob McDonnell
      2
    • Kelly Ayotte
      1
    • John Bolton
      0
    • Brian Sandoval
      1
    • Jim DeMint
      1
    • Sarah Palin
      1
    • John Kasich
      0
    • Tim Pawlenty
      2
    • Scott Walker
      0
    • John Thune
      2
  3. 3. Based off the fact that Sarah Palin gave John McCain a temporary lead in the polls when he announced her selection as his VP nominee, are there any candidates in the prior two questions who would do the same or more?

    • Yes.
      14
    • No.
      1
    • Maybe.
      4


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Marco Rubio will probably be selected because A) Florida's 29 Electoral Votes B)Fires up the Republican Base C)Wins over Hispanics D) Colorado's 9, New Mexico's 5, and Nevada's 6 Elector Votes.

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Agreed. He'd be the most logical choice. Only problem is it would be tough to pull Marco off the bench.

Otherwise, Christie would be the 2nd most logical choice.

Most illogical choice Sarah Palin. She's wasted goods.

Marco Rubio will probably be selected because A) Florida's 29 Electoral Votes B)Fires up the Republican Base C)Wins over Hispanics D) Colorado's 9, New Mexico's 5, and Nevada's 6 Elector Votes.

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It's important to keep in mind though about Rubio that just because he might increase the Cuban-American vote in Florida does not mean he would automatically increase the Hispanic vote in states such as New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado. On election day, there really are two Hispanic communities.

See here for further information:

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1211/70364.html

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It's important to keep in mind though about Rubio that just because he might increase the Cuban-American vote in Florida does not mean he would automatically increase the Hispanic vote in states such as New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, and Colorado. On election day, there really are two Hispanic communities.

See here for further information:

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/1211/70364.html

Obama won a huge portion of the African American vote in 2008, he was a first generation American, and the arguement could have made back then.

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